|Martin Rouleau, Singer Songwriter, Art Waves #55|
It was a game of Where is Waldo when Art Waves guest, singer/songwriter Martin Rouleau arrived at Mohawk College just as the Hamilton Music Awards were gearing up. Security could not help, since there were about 50 people in the lobby matching our description of an artsy looking guy with long hair carrying a guitar. But he found us just in time, and gave us a wonderful hour of conversation and live music, saved on this podcast just for you.
Keywords: singer/songwriter; music; folk; rock; Bob Dylan; Arlo Guthrie; live music
|Miranda Hill & John Terpstra, The Bookmark Project, Art Waves #139|
Miranda Hill is a writer and a passionate reader who was inspired to start The Bookmark Project installing permanent markers in places where the Canadian landscape has been enshrined in a literary work. John Terpstra's poem "Giants" was honoured with Bookmark 9, in Hamilton's Sam Lawrence Park. Celebrate a sense of place with us, in this episode of Art Waves.
Keywords: Derek Fryer; Friesland; Bob Dylan; Paul Quarrington; Jeff Latosik; Elizabeth Hay; Bronwen Wallace
|Martin Rouleau, 2nd Visit, Art Waves #167|
Singer songwriter Martin Rouleau, who was featured way back on Art Waves episode #55, is a talented guitarist with a beautiful voice as well as being a thoughtful, sometimes quirky lyricist. Tune in to hear some wonderful live and original music.
Keywords: Bob Dylan; Arianna Gillis; David Gillis; Paul Rouleau; Ray LaMontagne; Taylor guitars; The Moonshine Cafe; Simcoe Street Mob; Rhil Ochs; Kevin Michael Butler; Lianne Gravitis
|208 Peter Tigchelaar ( Feb. 9, 2014)|
Peter Tigchelaar is a singer-songwriter known for his uplifting folk-and-pop-based, music, much of which springs from his deep Christian faith. His wife, Cheryl, is a gifted singer in her own right. Tune in for an inspiring hour of music and conversation.
Keywords: Kathleen Norris; Thomas Merton; Mount Saviour of Elmira New York; St. Cuthbert's of Westdale; Bob Dylan; Paul Wilson; Bruce Cockburn; Paul Simon; George MacDonald; Jane Oliver; Mahalia Jackson; Cat Stevens; Clark Pinnock; Strata Vocal Ensemble; Andrew Tigchelaar; Tim Bosma; Willie Nelson; Little Men; Under African Skies